Program-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction for Online Graduate Students
JLISIDL Volume 6, Number 2, ISSN 1533-290X
Academic librarians often provide information literacy support for specific courses or topics in the form of research guides, one-shot training sessions, library orientations, or by embedding library content into online courses. Less frequently, they provide continuous program-level support on-campus or online. This paper highlights the value of sustained involvement of librarians at the program level to provide information literacy in an online environment. The description of implementation, research results, and strategies for sustainability will be useful to other online programs engaged in equipping online graduate students with essential information literacy skills to succeed in their academic endeavors. (Contains 1 table.)
Kumar, S. & Ochoa, M. (2012). Program-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction for Online Graduate Students. Journal of Library & Information Services In Distance Learning, 6(2), 67-78.
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